Easy: 162 Medium: 106 Difficult: 28
Les Gets village has an appealing mixture of old chalets in distinctive Savoyard style and tasteful modern buildings, which blend to create a charm and character not always found in French resorts. A friendly, pretty and characterful resort, it retains its traditional charm, with original buildings and chalet-style new builds sitting side-by-side. The village has lots of reasonably priced shops, bars and restaurants. The high altitude ski range of the fabulous Portes du Soleil is excellent for any ski holiday, and for families, there are plenty of non-skiing activities to keep everyone occupied. The resort offers both a nursery for very young children and a ski kindergarten for older ones. Most of the resort facilities are close to the main lift station and there's a free ski bus for getting around the village or over to nearby Morzine.
Apres Ski: Relatively quiet, especially on weekdays but there are half a dozen bars, some of which are pub types. The Igloo disco is the late night spot.
Activities: Sports centre with sauna and solarium, parapenting, bowling alley, ice skating, helicopter rides, Snow shoe walking, Husky sleigh rides.
Eating Out: There are 25 restaurants in town, ranging from typical pizza establishments to rustic places serving Savoyard specialities.
Other Amenities: Goodshops, Local market, Cinema. Mechanical music museum. Excursions to Geneva, Lausanne and Montreux.